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2. Title sequencesCooper created many famous title sequences into famous which set the standards for title sequences in modern film. Bellowis a list of title sequences created by Cooper.0 Immortal Beloved (1994)0 Braveheart (1995)0 Seven (1995)0 The Island of Dr. Moreau (1996)0 Flubber (1997)0 Mimic (1997)0 Arlington Road (1999)0 The Mummy (1999)0 Zoolander (2001)0 Spider-Man (2002)0 Dawn of the Dead (2004)0 Spider-Man 2 (2004)0 Godzilla: Final Wars (2004)0 Superman Returns (2006)0 Across the Universe (2007)0 Iron Man (2008)0 The Incredible Hulk (2008)0 Tropic Thunder (2008)0 The Orphan (2009)0 Sherlock Holmes (2009)0 Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty (2001)0 Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater (2004)0 The New World (2005)0 Tron: Legacy (2010)0 A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010)0 The Walking Dead (2010)0 Arthur (2011)0 Rango (2011)0 American Horror Story (2011) 3. Impact of Kyle Coopers work0 Kyle cooper has inspired many motion graphic productions and designers such as Danny Yount the creator of the title sequence for kiss kiss bang bang. His work has also successfully inspired a younger generation of designers. As a result of the interest in Coopers work a book was published, which was the monograph of Coopers work. In this book Cooper is regarded as one of the most significant creators of film titles since Saul Bass thus emphasising the creativity of his creations. 4. Kyle Cooper facts0 Cooper claims his biggest inspiration for proceeding in his chosen profession is Stephen Frankfurt, due to his title sequence for to kill a mocking bird which was deeply inspirational for Cooper.0 Cooper was the creator of the Marvel Comics "Flip Book" Logo panel that was used as an introduction for the opening of the original Spider-Man film, which Cooper did the titles. Since its creation it has been used on most Marvel-based film. 5. Awards0 In 2009 Cooper won a primetime Emmy forOutstanding Short Form Picture Editing0 Cooper has also been nominated for many awardsincluding Outstanding Main Title Design for Americanhorror story, and Outstanding Multi-Camera PictureEditing for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special. 6. Dawn of the dead (2004)This Extreme close up ofBold red writing in upperShattering of the writingcase, red represents blood asa mouth with bloodshows the destruction ofit is a major aspect in thestained teeth,film due to it being a keyhumanity, due to itemphasises thecode and convention of theresembling blood. Thisimportance of the mouth horror genre. The fact theimage allows an enigmaand foreshadows later dead is larger than the restto be created for theevents of the virus being of the font creates emphasisaudience as they arespread through bites. on the word thus conveyingintrigued to discover whoBlood reveals the to the audience the creatureswill become empowering,in the film arent living.creature is no longer the dead or the living?human and portrays ananimalistic personality. 7. As the sequenceA Voice over of civilians Fast cut editing is used progresses the audience isquestioning the virus alongside pleonastic sound filled in on keyconveys to audience thatwhich has an effect of information about whatscience and survival areshock on the audience duehas happened so far withunderlining themes in the to the unexpected sudden the virus. This is donefilm. flash of images. This allows through the showing oftension to be built up and images for example therepresents the consistency virus bonding andof fast paced action multiplying and questionssequences which will bebeing asked by civilianspresent throughout the which the audiencefilm, therefore securing themselves may be asking.action as a theme of the therefore a greater desirefilm.to discover what will happen in the film is created. 8. 0 The opening shows the infected to be uncontrollable and to be taking over society, this is clearly identified through the viewing of heart monitors stopping, the virus spreading and the creatures successfully killing/infecting survivors.